Ohio Democrats Ban Pro-Life Group From Public Hearing on Abortion

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  1. Revmitchell

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    esterday, a committee of House Democrats held a “hearing” at the Ohio Statehouse to smear Ohio Right to Life’s five pro-life budget amendments.

    The pro-abortion lobbyists and politicians marketed the event as a “hearing” on women’s health–without expecting to have to follow hearing rules. It seems that the pro-abortion lobbyists and politicians were attempting to disguise a dog-and-pony-show press conference as a “hearing” in an attempt to regain some of their ever-diminishing credibility.

    In accordance with the expectations that a public hearing is open to the public and therefore open to testimonies from both sides, Ohio Right to Life arrived to defend our strong pro-life budget, asking to offer testimony.

    The pro-abortion Democrats were quick to deny us the opportunity to speak the truth and let Ohio women hear the other side.

    Instead, the “hearing” was a series of testimonies from six pro-abortion witnesses that represented organizations like NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio.

    Testimonies bemoaned the budget amendment that requires abortionists to perform an ultrasound and inform a woman of whether her baby has a beating heart. Clearly, the pro-abortion crowd does not want women to be informed about what’s happening in their bodies or in their children’s.

    http://www.lifenews.com/2013/09/19/...o-life-group-from-public-hearing-on-abortion/
     
  2. pinoybaptist

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    were they.....ummmm.....Americans ?
    (yow, bit my cheek):BangHead::BangHead:
     
  3. Gina B

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    I've watched Ohio for a long time and the sharp turn they took when Obama started his shower of visits really surprised me.
    For a state that seemed to lean so much toward Republican, they sure seemed to do a fast flip to the other side. It seemed odd. Still does.
    Maybe Obama needs more credit than a lot of people on here are giving him. That's pretty impressive stuff. Just think what could happen if he used that power for good... :eek: Like making cake appear! Wow that sounds good right now. :D
     

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